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What are the education qualification needed?

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Hi!

I've been around this website couple of times now reading threads mostly. I gather most information I needed from here. So, here is the recap of my life events and I need to know about something at the end..

We met through a webcam chatting website. After chatting and you know the usual , we had lots in common! It didn't took long time to fall in love with her.

After a year we got married. My wife is a US citizen I'm from Sri Lanka. She came here and we got married.. She left before her visa expire.. :cry:

My wife had sent out the filled forums in October. I need to know what kind of a education background I need to have? As soon as I finish my school I went to work as Software Developer.. I worked four years on the IT field...These are education background I have.

  • High School Diploma (GCE O Level in Sri Lanka)
  • Foundation in ICT.
  • Diploma in Software Engineering.
  • Currently on the first year of my university degree.

is this enough to get qualify for a visa? I'm little afraid of loosing the chance of being with person I love the most in this world...

I'd appreciate any reply here. Thank you.

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Education is not a requirement. However, depending on culture, difference in educational background may cause a red flag.

Thank you for the quick response.

However, my wife does not have a good computer/electronic stuff knowledge I've always help and guide through those things from the beginning of our relationship actually that is how we became close :) she is the one with people skills... our difference in education background was not too much , right?

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I don't know about Sri Lanka, but usually they don't care much about your education, income and life in general, unless it's a very specific culture. They only care about your relationship being real and your fiancee's capability to support you.

Good luck!

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Thank you for the quick response.

However, my wife does not have a good computer/electronic stuff knowledge I've always help and guide through those things from the beginning of our relationship actually that is how we became close :) she is the one with people skills... our difference in education background was not too much , right?

In our country (Vietnam), it is not an issue. I have a master in engineering, already in management position while my fiancee just has her 2 year college degree in totally different field and she never has a stable job but the process has been very smooth.

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